Horses are beautiful animals. And when they come in miniature size, they’re even more adorable! Read on to horse around with some mini math, and see how fun these animals are.
There are lots of pretty amazing things about elephants – including the numbers behind their big gray bodies! Read on to do some giant-sized math for Elephant Appreciation Day.
Have you ever seen a line of ants marching its way into an anthill and wonder just how big that ant home is? Well, one artist decided to show us just that, using only melted aluminum. Read on to find out just how many bedrooms these amazing ant houses can have – and make a mountain of math out of an anthill!
What do Bedtime Math fans and a giraffe walking through the dessert have in common? They all get a chance to star in videos (separate ones, of course)! Read on to see how Bedtime Math fans, giraffes, and videos add up.
What’s 10 feet long, 200 pounds, “talks” by changing color, and can swim as fast as some cars drive? Read on to find out – and do the math behind the fastest fish!
What do a bluejay, yellow jacket, and red-tailed hawk have in common? Read on to find out – and do the math in colorful animals!
Everybody likes to celebrate birthdays, so why not let animals join in on the fun? And Jia Jia the panda has a good excuse to party. As the oldest panda living in captivity, she’s had a lot of years to learn how to celebrate! Read on to see what birthday this world-record holder celebrated – and do the math on panda years.
Our toes are usually stuffed inside socks and shoes. But today’s their big chance to break out and move about – it’s National Wiggle Your Toes Day! Read on to do the math on your wiggly little piggies, and give them a chance to do the counting for once.
When people fly into the U.S. with their pets, the animals have to stay at the airport for a few days to make sure they’re healthy. And now one airport has begun building a place where the pets can stay in style! Read on to find out about all the special treats these pets get, and do the flying, furry-friend math.
It’s not unusual to find lobsters in the sea. So why did it make the news when a fisherman caught this one in the Gulf of Maine? Read on to find out – and discover the monster lobster math!